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Mar 6, 2011 12:00am PST
so used to it that you have come to accept stress as a natural way of living. it seems never ending. it feels like it's here to stay. even the responsibilities of your daily life appear to be overwhelming. i am dr. richard weinstein, and i have a revolutionary and natural approach to conquering your stress. this is an easy and effective program that can forever change the way you think and feel about stress. i will show you how to resolve you a major cause of stress and stop the symptoms. in as little as 30 to 60 days, you can regain and maintain vibrant health. ♪ we all have stress. stress is a serious problem. it has been scientifically linked to heart disease, obesity, diabetes, depression, insomnia, thyroid disorders, ulcers, mood swings, memory loss, and unhealthy food cravings. we have all heard the saying, "stress kills." and you know how terrible you feel when you're stressed out. how can we deal with stress and be healthy? what do you do about it? can you exercise it away? when you meditate, does it leave? can you think happy thoughts and everything is better? don't you w
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Mar 23, 2011 12:00am PDT
. if you pay attention to me, if you use the front part of your brain, so that you can focus, and if i can touch your emotional brain, so you remember what i say, and if your brain is flexible enough to learn new things, then you're in for a treat. when you make your brain better by doing the right things, you improve your life. when you do the wrong things and hurt your brain, you make your life harder. day in and day out, every day, you're either helping or hurting your brain. did you know that blueberries are one of the best brain foods on the planet? along with avocados, walnuts, salmon, and green tea, but not getting enough sleep decreases blood flow to your brain and impairs your memory and your ability to concentrate. did you know that increasing blood flow to your brain is literally the fountain of youth? but doing things that decrease blood flow, like nicotine, too much caffeine, alcohol, inhaling toxic fumes, prematurely ages the brain. this program will be divided into three parts. in part one, i'll give you seven simple principles to change your brain and change your life.
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Mar 20, 2011 12:00am PDT
make us grey♪ [anne] ♪but baby in my eyes you'll still be beautiful♪ [both] ♪all i want is to hold you forever♪ ♪all i need is you more every day♪ ♪you saved my heart from being broken apart♪ [anne] ♪you gave your love away♪ [jim] ♪i'm thankful everyday♪ [both] ♪for the gift <♪> [both] ♪all i want is to hold you forever♪ ♪all i need is you more every day♪ ♪you saved my heart from being broken apart♪ [anne] ♪you gave your love away♪ [jim] ♪i can't find the words to say♪ [anne]r♪that i'm thankful everyday♪ [both] ♪for the gift <♪> [jim brickman] anne cochran! <♪> <♪> [jim brickman] thank you. please welcome, jon secada. [john secada] thank you jim. [jim brickman] i have to say i have been such a fan of yours. ever since i was just a little kid i've just loved your music... [john secada] thanks man. [jim brickman] actually that's not completely true because we have something in common that i'm not sure you're aware of. [john secada] we do? [jim brickman] we actually went to college together. [john secad
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Mar 8, 2011 6:00pm PST
launched 24-hour surveillance using recognizance planes. leaders will have an emergency summit on friday. >> we have asked our military to be prepared for all eventualities so we stand ready if our assistance is requested. once again, i would like to stress bettithat any nato operan would take place in accordance with and pursuant to un mandate. >> time appears to be working against the libyan gravels. >> a short while ago i talked to -- the libyan rebels. a short while ago i talked to our correspondent and asked him about the 72-hour ultimatum. >> the leader of the interneim national council has confirmed that indirect talks are under way. officials are saying there are no talks. they are denying that anything is being put forward. it is not a very transparent situation right now. this symbolall started when the foreign minister went on television yesterday. negotiations apparently started last night. they came up with this idea. >> what about reports that the libyan army is making inroads into areas controlled by the opposition? palin extensive is that? >> -- how extensive is that? >>
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Mar 24, 2011 6:00pm PDT
fire department is using these shows -- two are now hospitalized. >> the tokyo fire department is using these hoses to dallas beat. -- $to douse the plant. >> it look like holy water being sent down by god. >> they are risking their lives in fukushima on a daily basis. there causally in danger of being exposed to radiation. wednesday's accident shows just how much danger they are in. two men were treated in hospital after being exposed to radioactive material. the man suffered serious burns while attending to lay electric cables. their injuries and high level exposure to radiation could even mean an early death. despite the risks, however, many volunteers have offered their services to the tokyo fire department. they are willing to sacrifice their own health for the sake of their countrymen. >> libya is also facing punitive measures on the financial front. >> that is right. the u.s. is trying to use economic -- the u. n -- the eu is trying to use economic sanctions. media reports said that authorities are trying to prevent the company from transferring funds to tripoli. >> many mo
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Mar 17, 2011 12:00am PDT
. ♪ >> announcer: to springsteen. ♪ may your strength give us strength may your faith give us faith >> announcer: it's ronan tynan: more than magic. major funding for this program was provided by: for almost 150 years, sun life financial has been helping our clients choose sound financial products. and none have sounded better than the one you'll hear next. ♪ true you ride the finest horse i've ever seen standing sixteen one or two, with eyes wild and green and you ride the horse so well, hands light to the touch i could never go with you no matter how i wanted to ride on, see you, i could never go with you no matter how i wanted to ride on, see you see you i could never go with you no matter how i wanted to ♪ when you ride into the night, without a trace behind run your hand across my heart, one last time i turn to face an empty space, once you used to lie i look for the spark that lights the night through a teardrop in your eye ride on, see you see you i could never go with you no matter how i wanted to ride on, see you see you i could never go with you no matter how i wan
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Mar 31, 2011 12:00am PDT
stomach acid from the overuse of antacids. but you know what? it's happening in all of us, all of us, at any age. the new report from the president's cancer panel said that environmental toxins are related to cancer. imagine that. it's so bad that they're calling our newborns pre-polluted babies. the best thing for a pregnant woman would be to supplement with probiotics, because it will strengthen her immune system and the immune system of the baby. we are all going to experience wear and tear. and we're all gonna get off course, just like i did. but you can fix it, you can replace it, you can replenish it, and you can restore it, if you ignore your gut protection system, also called your gut probiotic system, whether you're like me with arthritis, like katie with chronic fatigue, or like jenny with eczema, your health will eventually suffer. you know, i wish we had a personal belly-ometer, like the one in our car. you know, it comes on and starts flashing "check engine" light. if your "check engine" light were on, you would go get the car fixed right away, wouldn't you? don't wait until
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Mar 28, 2011 6:00pm PDT
on shore. >> from green priests -- from greenpeace, thank you very much for talking with us. >> thank you. >> despite the earthquake and tsunami, many are still being held in emergency accommodations. mainly elderly are staying in what is reported as being under he did, overcrowded shelters -- under heated and overcrowded shelters. they do not have access to hot water, so it has been weeks since some have bathed. a direct impact on politics right here in germany. chancellor angela merkel's christian democrats lost control of the most prosperous state in a weekend election. in baden-wurttemberg, they handed control their for the first time to the green party. >> the party's victory is a big victory for them. >> for us, it means we are strengthened, but it also means we find ourselves in an entirely new situation in baden- wurttemberg. instead of being the smaller government party, we are the party that supplies the state premier, and that comes with a high level of responsibility. >> this is a state where the conservative christian democrats have governed for almost six decades. pressu
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Mar 26, 2011 12:00am PDT
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Mar 2, 2011 6:00pm PST
used to conduct attacks against civilians. >> but the group has voiced opposition to other foreign intervention. it says it aims to topple gaddafi without the help of outside forces on libyan soil. >> earlier, we spoke to our correspondent in benghazi and asked for the latest he has been hearing about the current fighting. >> there was an attempt to start an offensive by gaddafi's forces, which started in the morning. it was going back and forth the whole day. it seems it is back in the hands of the anti-good of the forces that control the city now. gaddafi's airplanes fired into the city. there were about 20 people dead today in this fight over the city. >> you are an -- in benghazi. what can you tell us about preparations there? >> it was amazing. when the news came this morning about the fighting in the other city, people were worried, but all the youngsters went into the barracks here, which are abandoned. they want to get military training. i went to some of the barracks. some of the soldiers who went over to the revolutionary side or teaching youngsters how to use a kalashnik
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Mar 21, 2011 6:00pm PDT
now the army has joined us. >> with other military units deployed in the capital, it seems the army is split. the defense ministry says the military remains loyal to saleh. the coming hours and days could be decisive for the future of yemen. >> japan has stopped all shipments of unprocessed milk and spinach from the area around the fukushima power plant. officials tell people they're not to drink the tap water because of high levels of radiation. on monday, workers at the plant were told to leave after smoke came from reactors two and three. it is still not clear why. >> the smoke rose from the reactor 3. workers temporarily evacuated the facility. japan's nuclear authority said it did not know what was burning, but there was no explosion. the government tried to reassure the public. >> radioactivity near the reactor has not increased, despite the smoke. we should not forget that even non-hazardous material can catch fire. we must stay calm. >> the operators of the facility are facing more complications. news has emerged of negligence of the plant. a routine inspection was missed ju
PBS
Mar 11, 2011 6:00pm PST
. this in the northwest of the country. can you tell us more? >> that is right. we felt it in tokyo. a strong one, too. this is amazing because it is a completely different part of the country. it is on the western front, on the japan csi, a lark -- around nagano prefecture. there's a very popular hot spring around a that a lot of europeans might know of who have traveled to japan. it was apparently a 6.6. there was an earthquake there a couple years ago that did a lot of damage and killed a lot of people as well. the concern now is that the fault lines are so active, and when is the next one going to hit and where? >> you're also dealing with dozens of aftershocks following the main earthquake that took place about 14 hours ago, aren't you? >> that is right. what is amazing about this is that this is not on the pacific ocean side. this is completely on the other side of the mountain ranges of the country. it has got a lot of people spooked here in tokyo. we do not feel that we're out of trouble yet. we're still worried that there could be a direct hit on the city here as well. >> what
PBS
Mar 25, 2011 6:00pm PDT
using ancient tactics at shooting at anyone demonstrating. this is a very dangerous strategy. it seems this uprising has already reached a tipping point. there is no way back to reforms. the president is respected by many syrians, by his regime is too brutal. he has lost the opportunity to find a compromise with his own people. >> he said reforms are coming. is that an empty promise? >> it looks like it. he has been in office for 10 years and has not used this time to change society. he has opened up the internet to the syrian people. he has really created a new generation of facebook that is trying to achieve changes from damascus. there are so many factors involved. all these factors intervene. this is a very dangerous development we see unfolding in syria. >> we will be back for more in a moment. anti-government protesters are keeping up the pressure on the yemeni president. tension was high as thousands rallied this friday in the capital demanding an end to his rl.e the president staged a demonstration of his own supporters. he said he was ready to hand over power to save han
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Mar 25, 2011 12:00am PDT
overcome this conditioning? >> announcer: in this three-part series, dr. a demonstrates how to use neural science to overcome obstacles and help us to do, be, and have what we desire. [cheers and applause] >> ahern: so we've got a lot to cover today, so i'm going to dive right in. i want to start by explaining to you why all of the effort that you've put into self-improvement has very little chance of ever, ever working. you know the programs: thighs like cameron diaz in 30 days, become debt free and a millionaire in six months, or lower your handicap by ten strokes in two days, or those three easy steps for improving your marital sex life. [laughter] well, you know what? many of these programs are valid and can really be effective, except for one critical point: your brain will reject them. let me repeat: your brain will reject them. similar to how a body will reject a donor organ that is not compatible, your brain-- the most powerful muscle you have--will reject thoughts, ideas, or possibilities that are incompatible or foreign to it. because your brain is conditioned. and this c
PBS
Mar 30, 2011 12:00am PDT
function and what those products are doing to give us those great results that we want. cole: in this day and age makeup and skin care really work together. they collaborate together because the beauty industry is listening to what we're asking for, or what we're demanding in a sense. we want a makeup that is going to benefit the skin. it's no longer just about giving me great color and giving me great pigment and giving me great coverage. we want a makeup that is going to make us look younger, make us look fresher, and really give benefit to our skin over time. dixon: we'll separate the facts from the fiction about the body's largest organ, and show you all of the ways that you can best maximize the health, beauty, and vitality of the skin you are in on face facts. [music] dixon: every day, we try to put our best face forward. we choose our skin care products and our make up to keep us looking our best. our face is a reflection of the overall health and well-being of ourselves. taking care of the most obvious external representation of our own health requires some basic knowledge abo
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Mar 4, 2011 12:00am PST
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Mar 12, 2011 12:00am PST
visionaries. i believe that each of us has a heroic path to walk. this is a call to greatness that begins with you. and igniting that spirit, that passion for the possible, is and igniting that spirit, that passion for the possible, is where the journey begins. [ ♪ ] >> john assaraf: the transformation for me came when i started to love myself. >> byron katie: everyone is a hero. you know, look at the thoughts we've survived, look at the situations in our lives that we've survived. >> sir richard branson: unless you're doing something in life that is, um, that, you know, that you feel passionate about, that you feel passionate about the people, most likely you shouldn't be doing it. >> jack canfield: and the higher purpose is to gain mastery in life, and we gain mastery when we learn wisdom and when we can become more loving. >> t. harv eker: the number one rule is clarity. the reason most people don't get what they want is 'cause they don't know what they want. >> stephen covey: the true joy in life, being used for a purpose known to yourself is a mighty one. [music playing] >> archbis
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Mar 29, 2011 6:00pm PDT
is great britain? they should help us. they shod gaps or stopping gaddafi forces from ncing us. >> they say they will not be sending in ground forces. germany is especially opposed to the idea. foreign minister has offered humanitarian help. >> delegates agreed that gaddafi has to go but what should happen to him if he leaves power? italy hasrose exile while france, the u.s., and britain want to see him put before the international criminal court. the british hosts of the conference, however, have been stressing points of unity. >he participants have affirmed the importance of full and swift implementation of the security council resolutionsnd our strong commitment to the sovereignty, independence, territorial integrity, and national unity of libya. weil pursuing additional sanctions on individuals and entities associated with the regime. >> delegates say the ongoing airstrikes against the gaddafi regime are just a first at which must be followed by political process. th he re to set up an international contact group to decide which course that would take. >> we coreth meeting
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Mar 15, 2011 6:00pm PDT
roof using helicopters. >> of the radiation level is now rather high. there is a high chance of further leakage of radiation from now on. >> communities around the power plant have been evacuated. tens of thousands of residents have been taken to emergency shelters. 140,000 more people have been told to remain indoors. a no-fly zone has been imposed over the area. the plant's operator, tokyo electric power, has been sharply criticized in the japanese media for being slow to inform the public about the unfolding events. the company has evacuated all but 50 employees from the stricken plant. >> while we will continue the water injection, we have begun temporarily moving out workers not involved in that job as well as administrative staff to the safe area. >> in tokyo, some 250 kilometers away, things seem normal, but the wind has driven a radioactive cloud over the city, raising contamination levels slightly. those who can are heading to southern japan are leaving the country entirely. people know longer trust the nuclear plant operators or the government. >> they say there is no
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Mar 4, 2011 6:00pm PST
spoke to martin fletcher who was in tripoli. i asked him to tell us more about the demonstrations today. >> there were only two demonstrations against the regime. this was a day on which muammar gaddafi's forces saturated the city. wherever you went there were tanks and roadblocks and loyalists in unmarked cars. we were turned back several times. it was almost impossible to move without being stopped. one demonstration was [unintelligible] a few hundred people turned out after friday prayers. they were quickly dispersed with tear gas. the other was near tangier square. the pro-gaddafi demonstrations you see all the time. they are celebrating because as long as he holds tripoli he cannot be ousted. >> how much support would you said muammar gaddafi really has? >> we as western journalists -- the regime organizers manage protests in support of gaddafi. on the edges of those protests people will -- they say don't believe it. these people have paid and they come out for gaddafi. it is really hard to tell. he does have some support. there are people who have benefited from the regime b
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Mar 5, 2011 12:00am PST
. narrator: join us for living through personal crisis. dr. ann kaiser stearns: thank you. buenos dias, buenos tardes, buenos noches, pick your favorite time zone. and tonight's presentation is in spanish, i hope that's okay. i wish i could be bilingual but you're lucky, i speak only oklahoman. bereavement. bereavement comes from the word "reave" which means to be dispossessed, robbed of something precious, something rightfully our own. when a woman has a mastectomy, when a woman or man loses a job, when we watch our parents age and the life goes out of them very very slowly, when parents lose a child, when we face our own death, when a dream is shattered, there's so many different experiences of being robbed, dispossessed of something precious. looking at those kinds of losses that we face, a loved one's death, a divorce, a broken love relationship, a serious illness or accident, financial crisis or job loss that so many of you are going through now, family estrangement, being victimized by crime, abuse, betrayal, a loved one's mental illness, a loved one with a drug addiction or alco
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Mar 9, 2011 6:00pm PST
. >> there has been heavy fighting in eastern libya with rebel forces using rocket launchers and take missiles, all of the artillery that they have to stop the advance of government forces. rebels have little defense against the air strikes. plumes of smoke in the distance mark bombardments. reports that a huge oil facility was the amount of the targets. government troops have claimed advances on several fronts in the east and west of tripoli. the initial euphoria amongst the rebels appears to have given way to the sobering reality that the regime will not be toppled as easily as those in neighboring countries. >> there appears to be a plot against libya. a determination to take control of libya and steal its oil. then the libyan people will take up arms against them. in the rebel-held switch -- city of benghazi, people took to the streets to demonstrate for intervention. it wanted the international community to impose a no-fly zone over libya. to stop the air strikes against their own people. let's i spoke to the correspondent in the east of the country and asked him how important a
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Mar 13, 2011 12:00am PST
, new music. i'm mark simone, and with us in the studio, the music director, tim rhys-evans. tim, so good to have you here with us. it's great to be here, mark, thank you. i loved that medley. i am the biggest tom jones fan in the world. i have to beg to differ, i'm afraid. i think i'm the biggest tom jones fan, but we'll argue about that later. that fight coming up, although he's a welshman, so that might help him win. yeah, i think i'd trump you there. no, not necessarily, i love tom jones, and we've got act two and act three coming up. you're just going to love what's ahead, and we've got some great thank-you gifts. so we love bringing you these sort of programs -- great, new music -- new to you, but to do that, we need your help. it's not easy to get these programs and it's not inexpensive to bring you these programs, so i hope while you're watching you'll go to the phone, call that number on your screen, pledge your support, and if you do, we've got some great thank-you gifts for you. now, more with tim coming up. i love this show. watching "men aloud: live from wales," it just
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Mar 30, 2011 6:00pm PDT
stronghold, and rebels here say there is no going back. rebels tried to assess the situation in using their own photographs and videos. pictures from embattled towns. the latest are alarming. cities near tripoli and benghazi are now back in gaddafi hands. they want the others to help. >> they have an open area, but they have to do something. >> the rebels know that one area could fall next, a loss that would clear the way for benghazi itself. >> the people of egypt will get a chance to vote for a new president by november. parliamentary elections will be held in september. the supreme council of the armed forces has upheld a new interim constitution that declares egypt as a democratic country that guarantees freedom of religion in an opinion. copper -- there was the ouster of president hosni mubarak last month. the italian prime minister silvio berlusconi has promised to clear thousands of migrants from a mediterranean island. berlusconi visited the island after an outcry about a growing humanitarian crisis. about 19,000 migrants have arrived there from north africa since the unrest s
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Mar 14, 2011 6:00pm PDT
tell us from the beginning to move further away. >> aid workers have been distributing blankets and food to people in the evacuation centers. now they're also giving them iodine tab helets, standard procedure following suspected radiation exposure. officials have been assuring them it is merely a precaution. people here will just have to hope that is, indeed, true. >> well, as fears grow of a meltdown at the fukushima facility, i asked our correspondent in tokyo to tell us more about the public reaction to that. >> anxiety, fear, people wondering what they should do. i mean, the government is telling people to evacuate that area and take care of their own safety, but the reality is how can people get out? i mean, they can't even get gasoline. a lot of people not only close to that area, but even in tokyo, they feel trapped right now. >> we hear that iodine is being passed out against a precaution against radiation poisoning. do we know how many people have been evacuated so far, and where can they go? >> well, the government has been saying all along it's trying to evacuate 170,000
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Mar 1, 2011 6:00pm PST
for more background and analysis. thank you for being with us. we know that chancellor angela merkel supported him throughout this. this is a major setback for her. >> it is a major setback for the chancellor. she lost her most popular minister. it is an important time. this is super election year in germany. there are seven major votes across the country at the regional level. these are important in germany and the conservatives have lost one election in hamburger over a week ago. there are three more votes at the end of this month. that is an election conservatives cannot afford to lose and the strategic problem with the chancellor has that within her conservative ranks there will be those who are fond of karl-theodor zu guttenberg and they are disappointed he had to go the way he has been. there are those who have the questions and they will be equally disappointed he clung to office with the support of angela merkel for so long. she might not have the backing of those people for these key elections. >> what happens to him now? he was until today the most popular politician. >> he
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Mar 16, 2011 6:00pm PDT
. workers are using all means possible to cool the reactors that were damaged in the earthquake. the plant had to be evacuated temporarily at one point due to high levels of radiation. >> dense clouds of stream rose from the fukushima nuclear plant on wednesday. but the fire in reactor four was of less concern to the authorities than a possible fracture to the containment vessel of reactor three. partial meltdown likely occurred in at least one of the six reactors. the biggest fear is that the molten mass could penetrate the steel hull and release regular active material into the environment. radioactivity levels have fluctuated at the plant. the 50 or so workers remaining inside were temporarily evacuated at one point to protect their health. an attempt to send helicopters in to douse the reactors was broken off. now officials are considering cooling the reactors with water cannons. a spokesman for the japanese government tried to reassure the public, saying radiation in the vicinity posed no immediate danger. but she added japan was considering asking the u.s. military for assistan
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Mar 23, 2011 6:00pm PDT
ideological attack on the welfare state, and really, this government is using the banking crisis to do what it would have loved to do anyway. >> the chancellor of the exchequer, as britain's finance minister is known, has already postponed a fuel tax hike. george osborn also wants to provide more support for first- time homebuyers, and 50,000 apprenticeships for young people. >> let's take a quick look at some of the market numbers now. we start first in frankfurt where it was green across the board today. the eurostock 50 at 2066. dutch industrial average trading at 12,086, and the bureau will get you $1.4109. -- the euro. some companies continue to perform equally well in good years and in bad. the largest german arms producer had a good year last year. it posted 4 billion euros in revenue. profit came in at 174 million years. the global arms market is massive. swiss research institute estimates global volume of $-- of one trillion 200 billion euros. >> thanks, sarah appeared online voting has begun for the annual deutsche welle blog competition. 187 have been short list across a
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Mar 9, 2011 12:00am PST
of this series. since all of us don't have the same taste my staff and i developed a dozen variations of bags. you can choose the one that's just right for you! our first bag showcases the most common fabric, cotton. cotton prints are available in seemingly endless groupings. the drawback is that if lightweight cotton fabric is used alone, it produces a lackluster bag. the first sew easy project shows you how to combine unique foundation fabrics to make this cotton craze bag stand out in a crowd. "12 easy sew bags," that's what's coming up next on sewing with nancy. sewing with nancy tv's longest-airing sewing and quilting program with nancy zieman is made possible by baby lock a complete line of sewing, quilting and embroidery machines and sergers. baby lock, for the love of sewing. madeira, specializing in embroidery, quilting and special effect threads because creativity is never black and white. koala sewing cabinets hand built in the usa by american craftsmen customized for you. clover makers of sewing, knitting, quilting and embroidery products for over 25 years. expe
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Mar 10, 2011 12:00am PST
- the burning bush - but i wouldn't wait around for them. i would use the beautiful moments that you're given in everyday life to practice the principles of emotional freedom. and i love what the poet gwendolyn brooks says about life - and she says, "conduct your blooming in the noise and the whip of the whirlwind." "conduct your blooming in the noise and the whip of the whirlwind." that means in everyday life. you wake up in the morning, you go out your front door and there it all is. that's where you practice. now, that's the beautiful thing. i love the mundane world. it's a place to practice emotional freedom. and just to get started, i want to give you three quick tips that you can use in your life. you can practice these right away. number one: pause when agitated. take a breath; do not react. this is a general tip for emotional freedom. pause when agitated, then you won't say things that you regret. and number two: make a vow - don't pick up the phone, send an e-mail or have a conversation with anybody when you're not in a centered place. make that vow, that's step number t
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Mar 11, 2011 12:00am PST
andersen: i think that being strategic may be one of your most useful tools to use in creating the life that you want to have. lucky for us, being strategic is learnable. most of us kind of try to wander toward solutions in our lives without ever having clarified the problem that we're trying to solve. in my mind, the way to make this really useful and valuable to yourself is to make it a habit of mind and action. and that's what i want from you. i want you to keep learning and to create the lives that you most want to have. so, welcome, everybody. i'm thrilled to be here, and i hope to make this time that we have together as valuable as possible. i want to share with you a process and a set of skills that can help you create the life, the future, the business, the career, the relationship, that you most want for yourself. so let me start by asking you a question. how many of you, over the last couple of months, have heard the word "strategic?" it could have been at a business meeting, it could have been at a kid's fundraising committee meeting, you know you hear at work, "strategic," o
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Mar 22, 2011 6:00pm PDT
supermarkets, including branches of matro. >> we do not have the goods available to the extent that we used to. that has to do with the fact that much of the infrastructure is damage. i think it will be sorted out in the next few weeks. >> japan is one of their smaller markets, compared to china or vietnam, where the retail chain has a substantial presence in the market. with the company's best annual results under its belt, they're planning to open more stores in countries where the economy is growing fast. >> no one else offers the retail concept we represent. at the level of development and sophistication that we can provide. >> they already generates two- thirds of the revenue outside of its german home market. >> the sales were raised to 4.5% last month, the highest level in two years. the rising cost of food and energy prices the main factor. the retail prices rose even faster by 5.5% interest rates. interest rates will have to go up sooner than thought to keep prices down. >> why did canute died? the popular polar bear passed away unexpectedly at the age of four last week. pathologis
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Mar 18, 2011 12:00am PDT
are celebrating and bluegrass music. together we are celebrating a faith that first started us singing. >> ♪ well, now, there's power, ♪ power, ♪ there's a wonder-working ♪ power. >> gaither: we've got a great lineup of hymns, gospel classics, and new favorites you're going to love. >> ♪ heaven's door will ♪ swing wide open ♪ when i die. >> gaither: join us now for this unforgettable music event, featuring: >> ♪ i thought i had ♪ my bases covered. ♪ my destiny was in control. ♪ but i could see ♪ i'd never reached perfection ♪ the day i hit a slick spot ♪ in the road. ♪ and after that, ♪ i thought my life was over. ♪ but jesus had ♪ a different point of view. >> ♪ all i did was confess. >> ♪ and jesus did the rest. ♪ thank god, ♪ i've been released ♪ and made brand-new. >> ♪ now you're looking ♪ at a child forgiven. ♪ you're looking ♪ at a soul set free. ♪ you're looking ♪ at a pardoned prisoner ♪ who's walking now ♪ in liberty. ♪ i'm standing here ♪ because of wondrous grace. ♪ my sins are ♪ in the deepest se
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Mar 17, 2011 6:00pm PDT
military has used wear from firefighters to cool reactors. the ieae says it has stabilized, but it could still worsen. the security council is voting on libya as the gaddafi forces push into rebel-held territory. the u.n.'s nuclear watch dog says efforts made by japan to cool reactor it's and fuel rods at the fukushima power plant have stabilized the situation but warning it could deteriorate. engineers have worked through the night to install a power line for water pumps needed to cool two reactors and a storage site for spent nuclear fuel rods. helicopters have also been dumping water on overheating reactors to stave off a meltdown. fire trucks have also joined in the effort. >> japan has been pinning a lot of its hopes on these trucks. they can get within 80 meters of the reactor. the trucks have repeatedly doused the pool with water as shown in this graphic from japanese tv. authorities were guarded about the operation's success. some reports say radiation levels have risen since it began. an airborne aspect was part of the plan. military helicopters dumped water on the facilit
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Feb 28, 2011 6:00pm PST
. >> rebuilding chile has been the focus of our "in depth." thanks for joining us. >>this week on world business... >>building on a huge new scale, mumbai's property boom is being driven by demand from the very top. >>there are ten thousand new apartments coming. the minimum value of the apartment is going to be a million dollars. >>why china is a leading light in the field of solar power >>why the wonders of the natural world are such a huge inspiration for scientists. >>we're not going to make super tankers swim like fish. that's not the point. >>hello and welcome. i'm raya abirached and this is world business, your weekly insight into the global business trends shaping our lives. mumbai's property market has staged a dramatic recovery from the global financial crisis in line with the country's economy. the difference between this and previous real estate booms is the size and increasingly elite nature of the new buildings. >>reporter: the real estate business is booming in mumbai, with million dollar plus apartments under construction across the city. >>the biggest symbol of buying power is t
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Mar 10, 2011 6:00pm PST
made music history and now guitars and amplifiers used by eric clapton have gone to the auction block. proceeds are going to a treatment center for drug and alcohol addiction which clapton founded. he is one of the most influential rock guitarist, but his style also includes reggae and blues. ♪ >> we love to leave you with some music. >> has anyone seen charlie sheen hanging around? [laughter] >> incredible. in one minute, we will be back with our in-depth report. >> what makes a homeland a home? the people? the place? the the feeling? -- the feeling? they all left the places they were born for a life in germany. now they are going back. five migrants are coming home, our series starting march 13 on dwtv. [dogs barking] ♪ >> welcome back, everyone. it has been a month since a popular uprising in egypt toppled president hosni mubarak. the friction is still fierce. in cairo, at the epicenter of the protests, pro and anti- mubarak groups are still fighting. mutt -- none of this bodes well for egypt's future. we want to take a moment to examine the people who brought the change
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Mar 16, 2011 12:00am PDT
-looking theme, "hard times will come again no more." ♪ let us pause in life's pleasures and count its many tears ♪ ♪ while we all sup sorrow with the poor ♪ ♪ 'tis a song that will linger forever in our ears ♪ ♪ whoa, hard times come again no more ♪ ♪ 'tis the song, the sigh of the weary ♪ ♪ hard times, hard times, come again no more ♪ ♪ many days you have lingered around my cabin door ♪ ♪ whoa, hard times come again no more ♪ ♪ while we seek mirth and beauty and music light and gay ♪ ♪ there are frail forms fainting at the door ♪ ♪ though their voices are silent, their pleading looks will say ♪ ♪ whoa, hard times come again no more ♪ ♪ 'tis a song, the sigh of the weary ♪ ♪ hard times, hard times come again no more ♪ ♪ many days you have lingered around my cabin door ♪ ♪ whoa, hard times come again no more ♪ ♪ there's a pale drooping maiden who toils her life away ♪ ♪ with a worn heart whose better days are o'er ♪ ♪ though her voice would be merry, 'tis sighing all the day ♪ ♪ oh hard times come again no
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Mar 18, 2011 6:00pm PDT
hear the repeated calls to stop violence against his own people has left us with no other choice. >> the international community will not be tricked by the libyan regime. the international community will verify strict compliance with the resolution. >> at the nato headquarters preparations were made to pave the way for operations to begin this weekend. >> we now have the power and legal basis to stop. that is why what we are doing is right. >> the foreign affairs chief also weighed in. >> the universal view is that gaddafi should go. >> in libya. gaddafi's opponents have new hope that the tide will turn in their favor. i am joined now in the studio by our mideast analyst. do you believe this cease-fire is a serious offer from the regime? >> this is not a serious offer. gaddafi is trying to buy time. there have been fights going on along the tunisian border. the fact is the war is going on. >> what does this mean for the no-fly zone? >> gaddafi is trying to achieve results on the ground. he knows starting tomorrow he will face serious consequences in terms of being attacked. >> wh
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Mar 7, 2011 6:00pm PST
for us. >> the u.n. refugee agency is working on a solution that does not rely on the cooperation of the government. >> in the next day or so, they will start the chartering flights in order to assist the bangladeshis to go back to their country. >> it could take up to five days. >> meanwhile in afghanistan, u.s. secretary of defense robert gates has apologized to president hamid karzai for the accidental deaths of children last week, six days after u.s. helicopter crews killed nine boys mistaken for taliban fighters. it's also discussed the future of the u.s. military in afghanistan, expected to be withdrawn by the end of 2014. a small contingent will remain to help train afghan security forces. the unrest going on in africa and the middle east is causing chaos with oil prices. >> causing major worries about economic growth. oil prices in london and new york spiking higher on monday on concerns over wider supply disruptions in the middle east and north africa. the recent sharp spike in prices and worries over what may come has prompted the united states to continue tapping its emerg
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Mar 24, 2011 12:00am PDT
nutrient and toxic imbalances. for 25 years metametrix has provided the specialized tests doctors use to optimize their patients health. testing replaces guesswork with knowledge. more information is available at metametrix.com. and by immuno laboratories. toxic food syndrome affects up to 95 out of 100 people, but most don't know it. what you eat may affect how you feel. a quiz on toxic food syndrome is available at therightfoodtest.com. and by genova diagnostics, providing innovative laboratory services for the promotion of optimal health. more information is available at www.gdx.net. additional funding is provided by the park foundation. >> the most important medical discovery of our lifetime is also the biggest secret. this secret reveals the real reasons we're sick and why we suffer from an epidemic of brain problems, everything from depression to dementia, from anxiety to autism, from memory problems to mood swings, and from brain fog to trouble concentrating. i'm going to show you the path to a mind that's calm, focused, alert and happy. the path to an ultramind. captioned by m
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Mar 3, 2011 6:00pm PST
imminent. >> we're ready to face gaddafi's men. our scouts are telling us they are headed this way. >> the rebels of been encouraged by their successes earlier in the week when they managed to fight off a loyalist defensive. but there were losses. this footage shows some of the fighting. >> we want them to stop the bloodbath, because we are peaceful people. it is terrific that gaddafi would do this to his own people. >> but gaddafi clearly aims to win back control of his country, both militarily and politically. as arab league foreign ministers met in egypt, the libyan seats remained in the. under discussion, a peace plan drawn up by hugo chavez, a close friend of gaddafi. it suggested mediation by a team from latin america, europe, and the middle east. some reports say gaddafi have it -- has accepted the plan. but the opposition has rejected any talks with the embattled leader. benghazi is relatively quiet. but many here believe real peace is impossible while gaddafi is still in power. >> german foreign missed not -- minister guido westerwelle spoke out firmly against any military
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Mar 3, 2011 12:00am PST
. >> male announcer: as the storms of confusion and market madness swirl around us and we're bombarded by incorrect and perhaps financially lethal information, we need calm, steady, informed advice from the market guys, rick swope and a.j. monte. the market guys have taught tens of thousands of investors and traders around the world the do's and don'ts of the financial markets. rick and a.j. bring an insider's perspective on how the markets work, how to manage risk, and how to survive turbulent times. it's time to take charge of your money now! here now, the market guys. [applause] >> thank you. thank you. >> let me ask you a question. have you ever gone out and bought a stock and it seems like the moment you buy that stock, it immediately drops? and you look at that, and you're thinking to yourself, "how did they know?" >> when was the last time you looked at your account balance and your bank statement and were happy about the number you saw at the bottom line? >> all: no. >> or how about this one? did you ever find yourself going down to make a deposit to your bank and as you're abo
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Mar 27, 2011 12:00am PDT
enough, they're always going to tell us that. these books are going to tell us that we're not saving enough. you're never going to save enough and if you try, it's like billy joel said your trying to be a straight a student and your not going to be all the time, everyday. it's not fun either and this should be a little bit more fun. and here i am out of the cold, out of the trenches to bring you my story, my system, my strategy, in your living room. because the problem with most people that are feeding you all this stuff, writing all these books and all these ideas and all these techniques. they're wonderful, they're great, i think you should give em to good will. i think it's time to give em to good will. there's too much clutter, there's too much goin on. and where's the specitivity? where's the system. where is, a plus b equals c. everybody loves talking abstracts but are they here in your living room, in your home office, giving you that strategy? they're not. and that is what i learned in the trenches. i've had the very good fortune of studying people. i've had the very g
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